Article Archive for 12 December 2017
Although she has not yet decided whether she will testify on her own behalf in her trial on a charge of homicide by child abuse, jurors got to hear a Pickens woman’s version of the events surrounding her 14-month-old grandson’s death on Tuesday.
An argument between R.L. Webb, his tenant and her boyfriend, Greg Brock, led to Brock’s murder last year, assistant solicitor Blair Stoudemire told jurors Tuesday during opening arguments in Webb’s trial on murder and first-degree burglary charges.
An unidentified woman wearing a gray sweatshirt and leggings entered Wal-Mart in Seneca on Saturday with a friend, according to sheriff’s office spokesman Jimmy Watt. The friend purchased her items before leaving, but the woman did not pay for the items she selected, Watt said.
Seneca city administrator Greg Dietterick said on Tuesday repairs to City Hall are “going very well.”
Willie: Can you find out why the Westminster Police Department is making drivers who are stopped for a traffic violation post a cash bond on the side of the road if they are issued a South Carolina uniform traffic ticket, Willie?
In 1999, Marie Dunnam retired after more than 32 years with the South Carolina Department of Social Services. She and her husband, Gene, moved back to Oconee County to build their dream house on Lake Keowee.